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iMac Pro will go on sale this Thursday

iMac Pro will go on sale this Thursday

Apple’s iMac Pro, which was announced back at WWDC in June this year will finally go on sale this week, on December 14th. The date was made public on the product page for the iMac Pro over on apple.com. So far the information we know about the machine hasn’t really changed since the announcement in the summer. So far, we know that the base configuration will start at $4,999 (no […]

Apple releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 update

Apple releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 update

This past week, Apple has launched a lot of new software – last week on Saturday we saw iOS 11.2 which brought Apple Pay Cash, for US users as well as a host of new bug fixes. Earlier this week, watchOS 4.2 was released which also included Apple Pay Cash as well as some bug fixes for Siri. Now, today Apple has seeded an update for the Mac and macOS […]

Apple officially makes the 2011 Mac Mini obsolete

Apple officially makes the 2011 Mac Mini obsolete

This week, Apple has officially marked the 2011 Mac Mini has a vintage model, which mainly involves those older models not being able to be officially serviced by Apple Stores, as well as the Apple Authorised Service Centres and Providers. The 2011 Mac Mini was the first model in the line to drop support for the CD/DVD drive as well as the first to support the Thunderbolt 1 port. Source: […]

macOS High Sierra is now available for download

macOS High Sierra is now available for download

As promised, earlier today Apple has made the next version of macOS available to download, for free. macOS High Sierra isnt a huge upgrade over last years similarly named macOS Sierra release, but it does add some impressive technolgies for the core of the OS. Learn more about what is new in depth here How do I update? Apple say that any Mac hardware released in 2009 or later will […]

macOS High Sierra will be available 25th September

macOS High Sierra will be available 25th September

Back in June, Apple unveiled macOS High Sierra. The next big upgrade for the company’s desktops and notebook computers. High Sierra shares a similar name with the update from last year, macOS Sierra. Well, this is intended, as with 2017 Apple is focusing more on getting the foundation of the Mac operating system solid with updated core technologies and getting making macOS much more stable. This doesn’t mean that High Sierra […]

This is every macOS wallpaper, in glorious 5K resolution

This is every macOS wallpaper, in glorious 5K resolution

Since the introduction of the first Mac OS X version, back in 2001 Apple has always had a theme wallpaper for every major release, which is usually released on a yearly basis. With later versions, Mac OS X has been renamed back to it’s old legacy name of macOS, as it fits better with the other naming schemes – iOS, tvOS, watchOS etc. 5K wallpapers Since every major version of […]

Will my Mac run macOS High Sierra?

Will my Mac run macOS High Sierra?

Along with iOS 11, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 – the next big version of macOS will be coming this Autumn, but only to compatible Macs. macOS High Sierra introduces tons of new features, among which are iCloud for iMessage, support for VR headsets, a transition to Apple’s own file system (APFS) and lots more. With High Sierra – Macs will be able to support external GPUs for VR too […]

macOS now fully supports VR

macOS now fully supports VR

For the past few years, Apple has taken a few hits for not being able to support external VR headsets, or any heavily intensive graphics work very well. The only option to run any high end systems was to use boot camp on the Mac and run it all in Windows. But then Macs of old didn’t even have the graphics hardware horsepower to properly run the headsets. Well, today […]

It’s WWDC on 5th June, join us live for coverage!

It’s WWDC on 5th June, join us live for coverage!

Apple’s annual WWDC or World Wide Developers Conference is just around the corner, on Monday at 6pm UK time Apple is expected to launch the next generation of macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS. Apple will be live streaming the event over at apple.com, but A&T Tech will also be live tweeting the whole event on our other Twitter account @aandt_live from 6pm UK time on Monday 5th June. Be sure to check back […]

iWork, iMovie and GarageBand are now free for all users

iWork, iMovie and GarageBand are now free for all users

Apple’s iWork suite, GarageBand and iMovie were made free for all users yesterday, previously it was required to purchase a new iPhone, iPad or Mac to be eligible for the software free of charge. This change came into play at the end of 2013 but some users who are still using older hardware were required to purchase the apps. What is iWork and iLife? iWork and iLife are really what Apple used […]